Chennai Restaurant Reviews

Epicures Junction Food Court, The Grand Mall

We spent some time in The Grand Mall and had lunch at the food court on the top floor. Β  There were a quite a few cuisines to choose from – Punjabi, Mexican, Indo-Chinese, South-Indian and so on. Β We decided to mix-and-match a bit and share it among ourselves as we were a family of two adults and two children. Here’s a brief review πŸ™‚


Spring Potato – As the name suggests, it was just a potato in a skewer, cut in the form of a spiral, and deep fried. Β So taste-wise, it was much like the french fries, but the way it was presented made it unique. Β It is worth a try. Β You wont believe how fast you can eat a full potato πŸ™‚


D’Serrano – This outlet serves Mexican and Italian. Β I ordered the crisp chicken burritos. Β It was very yummy, but the problem was it was heavily stuffed and the outer roti kinda stuff gave way! Β We had to literally eat it like how you would eat sambhar sadham using a hand. πŸ˜›

Dhabba Express – How can a combo with Roti, Rice and Paneer gravy go wrong is what I thought when I ordered this. Β Sure, it managed to ! Β the gravy was sour and very so-so. Β Of course I could manage to eat it, but it was far from relishing it. Β I love north-Indian and this was definitely way below my expectation.

Noodles Doodles – This combo of noodles was quite ok. Β Decent and tasty noodles and a gravy to go with it. Β I wouldn’t say it was out of the world, it was good and that’s it. πŸ™‚

Donut House – This is not exactly located in the food court, but on the ground floor of the mall. Β Just wanted to have something sweet and spotted this outlet. Β Ordered for two donuts, choco chips and butterscotch. Β Both of them tasted good. Β Had a bite and my kids had the rest.

That’s pretty much our foodilicious experience at the Grand Mall.

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